We always feel bad for dogs that get shoved into silly little sweaters and raincoats, but designer Charlotte Ronson posted this photo of a puppy in Vans, and it’s just too cute to hate on. What a baller. [cjronson/TweetPhoto via Refinery29] Keep reading »
Too bad nobody banned her from the catwalk before she may or may not have butchered the house of Ungaro. La Lohan has reportedly been banned from Jill Stuart’s New York Fashion Week show after being labeled a “brand damager.” Apparently, Lindz is no longer worth the (possibly bad?) press she brings to an appearance. And as if that didn’t sting badly enough, her ex Samantha Ronson and designer-sister Charlotte Ronson won’t allow Lindsay at Charlotte’s show or after-party either. Sheesh, one minute you’re in, and the next, you’re so out. [OneIndia] Keep reading »
How do we feel about wearing turbans and head scarves for fashion’s sake? Personally, I am pro, and evidently, so is Charlotte Ronson, who sent a number of them down the runway for her boho-chic fall collection. [NYC, 2/12/10] Keep reading »
Seriously gals, what are you so mad about? You’re rich, you’re pretty, you have a new pack of Marlboro Reds. Life is good! [Humane Society of the United States Announces Cool vs. Cruel winners, New York City, 11/11/09] Keep reading »
JCPenney’s collaboration with designer Charlotte Ronson, I Heart Ronson, just came out, but I’m not going to buy anything from it. In fact, I’m getting a little sick of designers collaborating with big retailers.
When Target first began doing its Go International designer collaborations back in 2006 with Luella Bartley, I was beyond psyched. At the time, I was an assistant at a magazine and wasn’t making anywhere near enough to pay for some of the styles on its page. With Go International, I could at last afford clothes by the new designers everyone was talking about. And because the lines were nicely done and even the people who could afford the pricier stuff wanted pieces from them, there was no shame in buying a dress from Target. Keep reading »
Marc, I love you, but things aren’t working out. I just can’t afford your $400 tops anymore. This is why I’ve turned to Urban Outfitters lately to get my designer fashion fix.
Over the past few months, Urban Outfitters has jumped on the fashion “class for the masses” bandwagon, a phenomenon made popular by Target’s collaborations with luxury designers. This time, however, Urban is reaching out to a more indie aesthetic, commissioning cult designers like Geren Ford and Charlotte Ronson to create exclusive, secondary collections. The lines play no second fiddle to the real deal. In May, UO launched with Ford’s collection, titled Hawks, an assortment of bright pieces with a candy-coated sailor vibe.
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In the famous Ronson family, Mark’s got the music, Sam’s got the nightlife, and Charlotte, well, she got the style. From head to high-heeled wedges, her simple and sophisticated glamor make femininity seem as easy as sliding into a onesie. You know a girl’s got talent when she can turn booty shorts into a chic ensemble! And she’s done just that with the blue and white striped romper from her Summer ‘08 Collection. It’s the perfect cotton outdoor activity outfit with those little something extras — the back tie, ballet rouched halter neckline, and button pocket details. Just like her siblings, Charlotte doesn’t miss a beat. She makes us wanna romp up the volume! [$106.40, ShopBop.com]
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For those of you who don’t hang from every typed word of the gossip magazine and blogs, here is a little tutorial on Lindsay Lohan’s best friend/rumored girlfriend, Sam Ronson.
- LOVES: Lindsay Lohan and Sam Ronson have been gallivanting together for a few years now, but they’ve been rumored to be in a relationship since before Lindsay went to rehab. Since leaving rehab, Lindsay and Sam have taken their love public over the last four months, though they haven’t explicitly acknowledged that they’re a couple. But, I mean, it’s obvi. And we think they’re ADORABLE!
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